Sausage & peppers
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Sausage & peppers
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:22:07 AM. Recipe ID 54614. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Sausage & peppers
 Categories: Italian, Pork, Meats
      Yield: 6 Servings
 
      1    Sausage and Peppers
 
  RE: Crock pot recipes
  
  DC>I am not the most creative person in the world when it comes to
  using my crock pot.  Do any of you have favorite recipes you could
  post for me?
  
  Here are a couple of things that I make in mine.  I don't have exact
  measurements though, because these are just things I thought up
  myself.
  
  Brown italian sausage (I usually get about two pounds) in skillet or
  put under
  
  broiler just till browned.  Drain off fat and let cool just till you
  can handle them. Meanwhile they are browning, cup up a whole bunch of
  onions and peppers, and if you want, add a clove of garlic. Place
  vegees in crockpot. Then cut up sausage in very small pieces. Add to
  crockpot. Cover with an eight-ounce can tomato sauce and add oregano,
  basil or whatever. Sook about six or seven hours. Serve in sub rolls
  or on hamburger burns or over rice.
  
        2    Barbecued Beef
  
  Get a very small pot roast.  Season and put in crockpot. Cover with
  barbecue
  
  sauce.  Add more sauce near the end because the sauce will lose its
  flavor during cooking, or add new sauce after slicing. Remove roast
  from crockpot after cooking, and slice into thin slices. (maybe
  slices isn't the right word,
  
  it kind of shreds.)  Anyway, serve in hamburger buns. Good with baked
  beans and salad.
 




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Recipe ID 54614 (Apr 03, 2005)

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